HUDOCK EMPLOYMENT LAW GROUP NAMED ELITE BOUTIQUE BY NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL
LOS ANGELES, July 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Employer Defense Law Firm Hudock Labor Law Group announced today that the Attorney General Robert Hudock was named “Elite Boutique Trailblazer” in a a special function published by the National Law Review, for his pioneering employer advocacy work with fast-growing companies in California. Hudock Employment Law Group is one of 20 law firms selected nationwide for this honor.
“Known in the field of employment law for his careful analysis and preparation of cases, thoughtful advice and leadership skills,” the profile reports, Hudock works hard to be a “disciplined lawyer and tenacious litigator” for his clients. , and appreciates “creative thinking in coming up with solutions to legal issues considered ‘lost causes’ by others.”
Hudock Employment Law Group provides employment litigation and advisory services to growth-oriented companies in California, helping them protect their reputation and attract top talent. According to the report, Hudock enjoys working with growing companies because he understands and appreciates “entrepreneurship,” having founded and run his own company.
Hudock established Hudock Employment Law Group in 2015 to “provide bespoke legal services to California businesses that thrive in dynamic and creative work environments,” the report said. His clients are often companies looking for new markets and competitive opportunities, who want to recruit the best talent available, while avoiding labor problems or lawsuits.
Hudock is quoted in the profile saying he is “drawn to the ‘human side’ of employment law, helping clients overcome the challenges presented by difficult issues and sparing them the angst of conflict and worry”.
Hudock got his JD from the University of San Diego School of Law and his BA from University of Connecticut. Named “Legal Visionary” by the Los Angeles Time in 2022 and 2021 and a “Top Litigator” by the Los Angeles Business Journal in 2021, Hudock is involved in several professional associations and community organizations. He is the past Chairman of the San Fernando Valley Counseling Center Board of Directors and regularly volunteers for charitable events, such as the Special Olympics and Challenged Athletes programs. Hudock is an active member of ACG-LA, SHRM, and PIHRA-LA and is a frequent contributor on topics related to hybrid and remote work issues and employment issues in a variety of publications, including the Daily Journal, TechCrunch and Law360.
Hudock Labor Law Group provides employment litigation and advisory services to growth-oriented companies in California, helping them protect their reputation and attract top talent. The company has achieved good results for its clients in the areas of wage and hour, discrimination, harassment and retaliation, wrongful termination and employee leave, and has provided solutions for its clients in many areas, including workplace management, employment contracts, policies and procedures. For more information, please visit https://hudockemploymentlaw.com/
SOURCE Hudock Labor Law Group